The Czech Socialist Republic (Česká socialistická republika in Czech; abbreviated ČSR) was the official name of that part of Czechoslovakia that is the Czech Republic today. The name was used from 1 January 1969 to March 1990.
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... This is a list of Prime Ministers of the Czech Socialist Republic. 1 January 1969 - 5 March 1990 called "Czech Socialist Republic" within Czechoslovakia) (6 March 1990 - 31 December 1992 called "Czech Republic" within ...
... centralist state Czechoslovakia was divided in two parts the Czech Socialist Republic and the Slovak Socialist Republic by the Constitutional Law of Federation of 28 October 1968, which went into effect on 1 ... New national parliaments (the Czech National Council and the Slovak National Council) were created and the traditional parliament of Czechoslovakia was renamed the "Federal ... After the fall of socialism in Czechoslovakia, the word "socialist" was dropped from the names of the two republics, i.e ...
... If the chairman was from the Czech Socialist Republic, the vice chairman must have been from the Slovak Socialist Republic, and vice versa ... The two republics must have been represented by an equal number of Supreme Court judges ... Petitions for breach of law against decisions of the republic supreme courts were heard in the Supreme Court at the federal level ...
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“It is the manners and spirit of a people which preserves a republic in vigour. A degeneracy in these is a canker which soon eats to the heart of its laws and constitution.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“Im neither Czech nor Slovak ... Im still trying to figure out who I am. I think Im Jewish. But first I want to be human.”
—Natasha Dudinska (b. c. 1967)
“One is a socialist because one used to be one, no longer going to demonstrations, attending meetings, sending in ones dues, in short, without paying.”
—Michel de Certeau (19251986)